Reservation Policy not in violation of law: NALSAR hits back at Congress leaderMay 8 2019
Even as the debate over the ‘national’ nature of National Law Universities goes on, NALSAR Hyderabad has defended its state domicile reservation policy in the face of criticism.
At a press conference held in Delhi on Monday, All India Congress Committee spokesperson Sravan Dasoju spoke out against NALSAR’s failure to reserve 85% of its seats for local students. He even addressed a letter to Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao highlighting the same.
In response, the University has . . .
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